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Barn Building, The Roof Begins

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In many ways, roofing was the most difficult task.  It was hot in the summer of 2010 and roofing in the midst of Georgia’s summer months is a good way to end up severely sunburned, dehydrated, and repeatedly stung by yellow jackets.  Josh suffered all three and I went through two Epi-Pens thanks to the yellow jackets.  Bee stings on sunburned flesh is misery that I wouldn’t wish on anyone.

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  • Holly - OMGoodness, Lacy… 2 Epi-pens? That’s a lot of yellow-jackets. And on sunburned flesh… OWWWWWWch! It’s sad that getting it built came at such a high price, but the barn does look pretty awesome. I bet the animals love it…ReplyCancel

  • Holly - Hey Sunshine. 🙂 Just wanted to pop in and let you know I’m thinking of you. It’s extremely cold here in my city, but I’ll bet it’s a whole lot colder in your corner of the world. :O Please take care and stay warm! ♥ ♥ ♥ReplyCancel

  • Holly - Hey Sunshine. Just wanted to drop in and let you know I’m thinking of you and hoping you and your family have a warm, safe, and happy holiday.

    Hugs,
    HollyReplyCancel

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